This grocery/restaurant serves good middle eastern basics and some western food. The food is super fresh and good. The tabbouleh in particular was terrific. They make a baklava with sugar instead of honey, which is far superior to the sticky greek version. The fattoush was inferior, mushy and lacking pita. The owners are present and friendly creating a caring atmosphere. All in all, though, I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here, but if in the hood I'd certainly stop if fir nothing else than to load up on olives, sumac and za'atar.
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